We've split the Family Stand concourse into four coloured zones to help you find your way around easier. Take a look at the map above, or download a handy printable version here.
There are two sets of toilet blocks in the Family Stand; one as you come through the turnstiles and one in the concourse.
Unfortunately, the outside toilet block as you come through the turnstiles is quite old, so we recommend using the toilets in the concourse which can be found in the yellow and blue zones.
There are two accessible toilets situated in the yellow zone.
There is a further accessible toilet situated in the first-aid building in the outside area of the family stand, which can be accessed via a permanent ramp. This toilet also contains an adult changing bed.
There is a changing bed available in the accessible toilet situated in the first-aid building in the outside area of the family stand.
There is a further changing bed available in the accessible toilet situated at the Family Stand end of the Derek Pavis Stand. Supporters wishing to use this facility can speak to the steward on the gate in the blue zone.
Food and drink
A range of hot food and hot and cold drinks are available from the tea bar situated in the green zone. The tea bar also offers crisps and a range of chocolate and sweets.
A wide range of 50p items, including drinks, sweets and crisps are available at the Tuck Shop, situated in the yellow zone. The shop is run by friendly volunteers and the profits are donated back into fan projects.
Supporters are welcome to bring their own food and drink.
All facilities in the Family Stand are wheelchair accessible, with the exception of the Skills Centre which is situated on the first floor. Unfortunately, there is no lift to enter this facility at present.
Wheelchair-friendly seating is provided. More details can be found here.